I just went to the doctor for allergy problems and he wrote me a prescription for Allegra. Problem is, my insurance doesn’t cover prescriptions. How much does a 30-pill supply cost without insurance?
Answer by skg8806
I think when I used to get it, it was around $ 100 dollars, but I think that was more than a 30 day supply.
Answer by Sara S
Allegra is unreasonably expensive!!! I believe there is a generic brand for it, though. Ask your doctor to change it to generic. Otherwise, many insurance companies will have a partner that will mail your prescription to you at a discounted rate even if prescriptions are not covered in your plan! Also, there are very reputable out-of-country pharmacies that will mail your prescription to you- be careful on that, though, and do your homework!
Answer by versantly
contact pharmacies for pricing or ask your doctor to write an Rx covered by your insurance.
Answer by Lacey 66
I would just call around to some local pharmacies and ask for the price. If the Rx was written for plain Allegra, there is a generic for it called Fexofenadine. (Just so you know, the pharmacy can give you the generic without the Rx being changed, you do NOT have to get another Rx written for a generic). If the Rx was written for Allegra D, there is no generic yet and it is quite expensive. But for a 30 day supply for Fexofenadine, I would expect it to be under $ 80. Try Walmart or Target, they tend to be less expensive than Walgreens or CVS for people without Prescription insurance.